LWRT is a group of composite materials made of a thermoplastic resin matrix (often PP) with reinforcement in the form of long, chopped glass fibers.
For the production of noise-absorbing components, the automotive industry has proven to be a very advantageous field of application.
Lightweight reinforced thermoplastic, or LWRT for short, is a brand-new GMT (Glass-Mat Reinforced Thermoplastics) material.
A 2-cm-long fiber is used to reinforce long fiber-reinforced thermoplastics (LFRT), which is much shorter than “continuous” fibers.
The global low weight reinforced thermoplastic (LWRT)market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Cetex laminates made of low weight reinforced thermoplastic.
Reinforced thermoplastic laminates (RTLs), the thermoplastic technology of choice for high-volume manufacturing, offer the composite framework for production requirements.
For a variety of advanced composite applications, Toray Advanced Composites is the acknowledged industry pioneer in the development and manufacture of structural fiber-reinforced thermoplastic laminates.
Toray Cetex RTL solutions, also known as organo sheets and formerly known as TenCate Cetex, are offered in a variety of customisable fiber/resin combinations to optimize the performance of your application.
Toray Cetex is given to customers as a flat, structural multi-ply sheet that is prepared for quick thermoforming of parts. It is manufactured in aerospace-approved and qualified presses and NDT examined to ensure structural integrity.
Fiber specifications, ply count, fiber/fabric orientation, embedded lightning strike protection, galvanic corrosion, and integrated color and surface effects are only a few of the functional advantages of Cetex RTLs.
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